The current school year hasn't reached its halfway point yet, but the East Aurora School Board has already started discussing budget ideas for 2014-2015.
How the Holland Middle School building fits in the district's future is still unknown, but it will likely never again be used to teach students in classrooms.
Business Owners @ EA has one simple goal: to market East Aurora. It's been three months since the group has started meeting, and the ideas on how to accomplish that goal are piling up.
The Iroquois High School Student Government attended the New York State Council on Leadership and Student Activities (NYS CLSA) State Conference last month, held at the Buffalo Convention Center.
Four months into the job, Holland Superintendent Cathy Fabiatos is working to continue building on communication with her staff and district residents. Changes in education standards and a need to build upon Holland's instructional goals during tough educational times are making that one of her primary agendas for the district.
When Anne Marie Biron, wife of former Buffalo Sabre Martin Biron, moved back to the area a year and a half ago, she wanted to settle down.
The Town of Marilla is responsible for its four water districts and any major repairs for now, but an agreement to turn all responsibility over to the Erie County Water Authority (ECWA) is nearly complete. Supervisor George Gertz said lawyers on both sides are trying to finish the arrangement. He said it could be done sometime in the next two months, though, he hoped it was sooner.
Ben Kutina has an affinity for the English author and humorist P. G. Wodehouse. The language, descriptions, settings and fun plots are something he and his family have grown to love over the years.
When the East Aurora Lady Blue Devils varsity basketball team opened its 2013-2014 season at Iroquois High School on Friday, Dec. 6, coach Gary Schutrum knew that his young team would be challenged. However – despite the 48-39 loss – Schutrum is happy with the team’s development.